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To commemorate Women’s History Month in March, the Doral Contemporary Art Museum (DORCAM) at CityPlace Doral in suite No. 123 revealed its new exhibition, “Women of Vision.” Curated by Ninoska Huerta with text by Carol Damian, Ph.D., the exhibition will showcase the works of 13 women in the abstract and geometric world. Artists include: Nela Arias-Missin, Genevieve Claisse, Corina Hoher, Carola Bravo, Gloria Lorenzo, Valentina Bilbao, Lynn Kislak, Miriam Costanza, Sydia Reyes, Adriana Dorta, Carolina Sanllehi, Ivonne Ferrer and Valeria Yamamoto.
DORCAM aims to propel the art world into a 21st-century contemporary context. The museum’s spirit is to include artists in different disciplines and trades. It contributes to the community through evolving exhibitions in a space that will foster an open dialogue and the free exchange of ideas and educational programs.
For more information, please visit https://dorcam.org/woman-of-vision-2023.
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